Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

That's My Class

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

That's My Class

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YOUNGSTERS at Nunthorpe Primary School put pen to paper to write heartfelt poetry especially for Remembrance Day.

The year six pupils wrote the poems as part of their studies leading up to Remembrance Day - each putting their own ideas about war and the loss of lives down into words.

Some of the poems are shown below: Poppies wave in the breeze, People pray to those in need; Soldiers fought in the war, While they prayed more and more; People remember those who fought, By wearing a poppy as they were taught; The British soldiers in the gory war, We will remember them forever more. By Elycia Hutton-Neil, age 10 Poppies red in fields grow, To remember those friend or foe; Flowers wonderful lay around, Between the graves they''ll be found; Soldiers fought in a bloody fight, And always see a dreadful sight; Brave soldiers stand proudly, tall and high, They fought their best, but many die; The victims of gory war, They all lay in Flanders Fields. By Tarzan Sidhu, age 10 Poppies red, in Flanders grow. …

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